The 2018 State Championships were hosted by Gosford Netball Association from Saturday 9 June – Monday 11 June, 2018.
They marked the 50th hosting of the iconic Championships and 96 teams from 71 Associations travelling from all over New South Wales to participate on the Central Coast.
It was an incredible competition, with spirits high despite the rain and grey skies, but the sun came out in full force to shine a light on the closing afternoon.
Two sets of State Champions were crowned: Manly Warringah, who won the Opens Championships Division, and Manly Warringah again, who also won the 17/U Championship Division.
There was also success for Newcastle, who won the at Weston OAM Country Championship Trophy, awarded to the highest ranked regional team in the Open Championship Division.
For full results, click HERE.
Winners: Manly Warringah
Runners Up: Newcastle
Open Division 2
Winners: Westlakes District
Runners Up: Coffs Harbour
Pat Weston OAM Country Championship Trophy
Winners: Manly Warringah
Runners Up: Penrith District
17/U Division 2
Winners: Hills District
Runners Up: Bathurst
17/U Division 3
Winners: Brunswick Byron
Runners Up: Musswellbrook
Netball NSW would like to thank the following Major Partners for their support of the 2018 State Championships: The Australian College of Physical Education, BBX, TAFE NSW, Bioglan and QBE Insurance.
|NETBALL NSW STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS|
|12 February||State Championships entries open|
|6 April||State Championships entries close|
|10 April||State Championships late entries close ($500 late entry fee applies)|
|13 April||State Championships provisional grading released|
|20 April||State Championships appeals close|
|4 June||State Championships fixture released|
|9-11 June||State Championships (Gosford)|
Gosford Netball Association – Adcock Park, Racecourse Rd, West Gosford NSW 2250
*Based on final entries received should a second venue be required Wyong District Netball Association (Ilthome St, Wyong NSW 2259) will co-host the competition
2018 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PROGRAM
State Championships Team Registration form
State Championships Umpire Nomination form
State Championships Late registration / de-registration form
State Championships application to play a player under 16 years
State Championships MyNetball, How-To guide
State Champs Tent Booking Form
2018 State Championships – Frequently Asked Questions
2018 State Championships Merchandise
2018 State Championships: Tent Village Map
Gosford Netball Association Court Plan
Items Permitted Courtside
Gosford Medical Information
2019 Venue Allocation
Netball NSW Senior State Titles – 8, 9, 10th June 2019
For 15 years, 17 years and Opens age groups
Divisions 1 and 2: Campbelltown District Netball Association
Divisions 3 and 4: Camden and District Netball Association
Contact Netball NSW Competitions Manager Claire Dale (02) 9951 5005 or firstname.lastname@example.org
View Full Fixtures/Results HERE
What are the State Championships?
Held over the June long weekend annually, the Netball NSW State Championships is three days of competition bringing together elite netballers from across the state, with State Champions in each division crowned at the end of the final day.
The inaugural Netball NSW State Championships were held in 1969 at Moore Park in Sydney with 24 affiliated Associations entered in two age divisions – Opens and Cadets. Manly-Warringah Netball Association took out both divisions in the inaugural year.
Fast forward to 1983 and the State Championships was being contested at the Anne Clark Centre from Saturday 11 to Monday 13 June. That year there were three divisions being contested, with the following Associations named Champions: Open – Randwick; 21/U – Eastwood Ryde; 18/U – Manly-Warringah.
In 2017, the State Championships involved over 1,000 athletes from 103 teams representing 70 Associations from around the State, competing in three age divisions; 17/U, 21/U, Opens, competing at the Baulkham Hills Shire Netball Association.
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